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Lissa Corona:



SPACETIME presents 

A rare screening of video works by Cynthia Maughan, created 1973-79, and a new performance by San Diego performer and video artist, Lissa Corona.

February 24th, 2018
Bread & Salt


The works, as a single installment within the "HEY, I LIKE YOU" series, explore the physical translation of sound into a delicate yet decisive series of silk banners, measuring 10' tall x 4' wide. Inspired by the concept of and hope to create a "sonic hug," Klincewicz began writing a series of songs that created the base material for the entire body of work.

December 9, 2017 - December 23, 2017
@ Bread & Salt


WSOHOIDPS presents a night of comedy, art, music, and social satire.

Lissa Corona, ROVING
Nick Lesley, AVANT GARDEN (pictured)

December 2, 2017
@ Ship in the Woods



Lissa Corona, NOTHINGS,
participatory performance, lip synching streamed on Facebook Live

Intended as a heartfelt interruption of the every day, Lissa Corona’s piece indicates a need to express a multitude of emotions in a distinctly intimate way.

November 4, 2017
@ 1805 Gallery


Sondra Perry is a media artist whose work investigates the role of digital technology in the systemic oppression of black identity, often centering on the way blackness influences technology and image making. Perry explores the duality of intelligence and seductivity in the contexts of black family heritage, black history, and black femininity.

October 7, 2017 - October 21, 2017
@ Helmuth Projects


Millennial Pink is an exhibition dedicated to the evolution of queer aesthetics, with an emphasis on imagery that is both intrinsically beautiful, natural, fluid, and celebratory.

July 29, 2017 - September 3, 2017
@ San Diego Art Institute